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    • ignatius joseph n estroga
    • What is Listening?The ability to understand spoken language(Rankin, 1926)A definite usually voluntary, effort toapprehend acoustically(Barbara, 1957) ignatius joseph n estroga
    • A process of taking what you hear and organizing it into verbal units to which you can apply meaning (Goss, 1982)A process that includes hearing, attendingto, evaluating and responding to spokenlanguages (Floyd, 1985) ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Good listening is an integral part of the speechcommunication process. It is a hard lesson to learn.To really hear someone speaking you have to turnyourself off, to look at the person and concentrate on what is being said.As a listener you must play your part right in order to contribute to the completion of the speech communication process. - Cabbab ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Types ofListening ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Evaluative Listening The process of conceptualizing and understanding a subject. Make a value judgement. - Gupit, 1994Appreciative Listening Simply enjoy and appreciate what is being said and view the contents to be one of entertainment. - Tan, 1997 ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Informative Listening Listen for facts , ideas and information. - Tan, 1997Discriminatory Listening Required to understand, remember and comprehend the integral parts of the message. Ask questions, rephrase ideas to check with the source about how well you understand the ideas. - Tan, 1997 ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Barriers to Effective Listening1. The receivers hostile attitude toward the speaker.2. Prejudging the speaker.3. Personality of the Listener.4. Speaker-Generated causes. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Reasons to Listen- Listen to accomplish tasks- Listen to develop relationships- Make wise decision- Appreciate and enjoy what you hear ignatius joseph n estroga
    • HURIERApproach to Listening ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Hearing,Understanding,Remembering,Interpreting andResponding - J. Brownell, 2004 ignatius joseph n estroga
    • serves as a framework for building thelistening skills.developed by appropriate attitudes,learning relevant principles anddemonstrating specific behavior. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • HearingThe accurate reception of sounds.To hear, you must focus your attentionon the speaker, discriminate amongsounds and concentrate. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • UnderstandingThe ability to understand what you hear, listening comprehension, improves with practice. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • RememberingThere has been a great deal of research onmemory. Remembering is essential whenyou intend to apply what you have heardin future situations. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • InterpretingTake into account the total communicationcontext so that you are better able tounderstand the meaning of what is saidfrom the speaker’s point of view. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • EvaluatingYou listen from a unique point of view and areinfluenced by your perceptual filters- your pastexperiences, attitude, personal values andpredispositions. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • RespondingYour partner makes judgements regardingthe quality of your listening based largelyon the nature of your response. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Applications and Strategies ignatius joseph n estroga
    • 1. Focus on Your Hearing 2. Identify and Reduce Distractions 3. Overcome Listener Apprehension 4. Behave like a Good listener7. Become an Appreciative listener ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Group ActivityDetermine which of the six components of the HURIER modelwould be most important and which would be least importantfor communication effectiveness.a. Listening to a car radio.b. Listening to the details of your best friends nightat the prom youDid not attend.c. Listening to an instructor in a large lecture coursewith which you are having difficulty. ignatius joseph n estroga
    • d. Listening to a n0n-native European speaker whohas just arrived in the united states.e. Listening with someone with whom you have hadnumerous disagreementf. Listening to your roomate who has just gottenback to your apartment and awoken you from asound sleep ignatius joseph n estroga
    • Listening Activity Storytellingignatius joseph n estroga
    • Book Reference:Listening Attitudes, Principles and SkillsAuthor: Judi BrownellCopyright 2006 ignatius joseph n estroga